A pair of Missoula runners claimed the top spot at the Wulfman Continental Divide Trail Race Saturday.
Forrest Baughner and Nicole Murray were the overall titles of the 14-kilometer race from Pipestone Pass to Homestake Pass.
Baughner, 30, won the men’s title, finishing the race in 58 minutes, 45 second. Johannes Middleton, 29, of Bozeman placed second at 59:04.
Don Foley, 45, was the top Butte finisher. He placed seventh in 1:06:22. Ozzie Rosenleaf, 43, finished ninth at 1:07:10, while fellow Mining City runner Jeff Braun, 53, took 11th in 1:07:17.
Murray, 47, won the women’s crown in 1:06:33. Murray (formerly Nicole Hunt) won the race for the fourth straight year.
Emily Allison, 29, of Bozeman placed second in 1:07:47.
Amber Wood-Jensen, placed sixth at 1:13:46. She was the top female runner from Butte. Michele Bazzanella, 43, of Butte placed eighth at 1:16:56.